Mildmay Oaks

Odiham RoadWinchfieldHookHampshire RG27 8BS

Tel.01252 845 826


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Mildmay Oaks

Mildmay Oaks is a low secure and locked rehabilitation service for men and women with learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders. Our full care pathway includes the following facilities:

  • Low secure, learning disability (18 male beds)
  • Locked rehabilitation, learning disability (13 male beds and 8 female beds)

Our approach

Mildmay Oaks aims to meet the needs of people with learning disabilities and encourage them to achieve their potential of safe living in the least restrictive environment. Rehabilitation is led by our specialist and highly experienced clinical team which is comprised of:

  • Psychology
  • Psychiatry
  • Occupational therapy
  • Nursing
  • Art therapy
  • Social work

They offer specialist clinical treatment programmes which include one-to-one sessions when group therapy is not appropriate for clinical reasons. The clinical programmes are informed by patient needs and are reviewed for individual and group therapies on a 12-week basis.

Mildmay Oaks aims to support patients in a range of community based activities as part of a full treatment programme and to prepare them in moving through their discharge pathway towards a community based placement.

Patients participate in community group meetings whereby they will agree and plan daily and weekly activities on-site and within the community.

Community activities include:

  • Trips to local areas
  • Visits to the local village, local café, cinema, theatre and bowling alley
  • Community and outreach programmes to attend education providers and placements

Family care

We recognise that the people in our care are part of a wider circle of family, friends and networks which are important to them. We aim to work in partnership with families to ensure that we provide the right service for their relative but also to support them in their own right as carers.

Family carers are encouraged to develop good contact arrangements with the ward manager, social worker and clinical team.

We welcome visitors to Mildmay Oaks. We are happy to provide family carer updates via email and phone.

Our Services

Our Specialists


Fees and Funding

Referrals & Admissions

Individuals who would benefit from the service provided at Mildmay Oaks include:

  • Men with learning disabilities and/or autistic spectrum disorders
  • Women with learning disabilities and/or autistic spectrum disorders
  • Those who often present with complex needs
  • Those who may present with challenging behaviours and a forensic history including sexual offending
  • Those who have been detained under the Mental Health Act
  • Those who may have experienced several failed admissions to other places

We work with commissioners to implement the principles of Transforming Care by providing a treatment programme that focuses on ensuring that patients have the skills that are needed to move into the community as soon as it is safe to do so.

More Info

We believe that the environment in which our therapy takes place, is just as important as the treatment itself and we provide:

  • Newly refurbished wards
  • En-suite bedrooms for each patient
  • Lounge areas
  • Rehabilitation kitchen
  • 2/3 of the locked rehabilitation units have rehabilitation kitchens
  • AstroTurf football pitch
  • Patient shop
  • Outdoor gym equipment and individually prescribed exercise programmes as part of a healthy living programme
  • Horticultural area
  • Gardens
  • Smoke-free service

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